Mexican Graffiti is more than just a restaurant now days. Established in 1982 in the heart of the city, it now offers banquet menus for large functions, cinema dine-out packages and gift vouchers, it also offers the opportunity to try Mexican food at an entry level.
The Lord of the Isles is situated just down from Geelong’s iconic Simmond’s Stadium and is a must do for any sports fan! They offer a number of diverse dining options, from the finer dining option in Bernie’s Bistro, to the Courtyard and entertainment lounge experience, you will be sure to find something for everyone at this legendary Geelong venue.
Jaffles are back, the humble sandwich is making a resurgence and armed with his grandmothers recipes and thousands of hours of making jaffles for his kids, Clayton Thompson is serving classic jaffles and is about to open his third Jaffle Jaffle.
Sometimes eating out and the costs that come with it can be a stressful thing, when they really shouldn’t be. At the sports bar at the Grovedale Hotel you needn’t worry. With affordable dishes that don’t skimp on quality, and 85 inch HD TVs to watch the footy, dining at this venue is the best place for a much-needed break from home.
Good, tasty family fare in a relaxed environment is what the Geelong RSL is all about. Few things beat a good roast and the RSL’s Roast of the Day is a real winner. Lamb, Pork or Chicken served with roast potato, pumpkin, carrots, seasonal greens and traditional gravy, it’s better than a home cooked meal and the bonus – without the clean-up and only $13.00.
There is a new place to eat in town, so welcome food lovers to Dennys Kitchen, formerly Black Sheep Café housed in the National Wool Museum. Dennys, under the experienced and watchful eye of head chef Dwayne Bourke, has undergone an Italian make over.